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Chukar Cherries

Classic Dark Cherries

Northwest-grown dried cherries dipped in artisan dark chocolate.

    • We dry our locally grown cherries without sulfites or preservatives. Tender and naturally sweet, they partner well with dark chocolate.

    • We are committed to using just-in-time manufacturing procedures meaning each chocolate is made within two weeks of the day we ship it.

  • A gift for cherry lovers and Northwesterners missing home

Classic Milk Cherries

Naturally dried Bing cherries surrounded by a thick layer of artisan milk chocolate. Chukar's original chocolate-covered cherry.

    • Inspired by a display of chocolate-covered fruit at Harrod's in London, Chukar's Founder, Pam Montgomery, came home and began dipping dried cherries from the family orchard in chocolate.

    • Sometimes simple is better—the Northwest's most popular sweet cherry in harmony with the richest in milk chocolate.

Honey Pecans

Honey-roasted praline pecans doused in premium milk chocolate and dusted with powdered sugar.

    • The chocolate that launched a thousand obsessions—Honey Pecans are always a best seller at our factory headquarters in Prosser, WA.

  • Our pecans are sourced domestically and roasted with honey to achieve a praline finish.

Triple Cherry Nut Mix

Bings, Rainiers, Organic Totally Tarts, pistachios & almonds.

    • No sugar added

    • A snack as delicious as it is healthy—send to your favorite college student or keep in your gym bag.

  • Features all three of our Northwest-grown dried cherries

Cherry Apple Crisps

Washington state apple slices infused with cherry juice, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar & baked crisp without oil.

    • Healthy snacking—unlike many apple chips, our crisps are nearly fat free.

  • A delicious way to share a taste of Washington's fruit lands

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